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perhaps he was a mediocre receiver. >> a war of words from the field to the press briefing room and now on twitter, the controversial comments fueling fire to the 49ers' gut wrenching loss. >> those are fighting words. good morning. i'm meteorologist christina loren. building breeze and better air quality for today. but we're still tracking that rain in the forecast, major changes. i'm going to detail those to your doorstep coming up. >> well, that a girl. what a tease. a live look outside, beautiful bay bridge on this monday morning. it is dr. martin luther king jr. day. go out and make a difference. this is "today in the bay." a very good monday morning to you. thanks for joining us. i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> and i'm scott mcgrew. we'll start with breaking news out of the south bay. police investigating a fire that landed one person in the hospital. the fire started in a shed near
the intersection of regan street and bernice avenue. they knocked down the flames. one person was taken to the hospital but not clear why. >> a quick response by firefighters to a fire at a 13-story apartment building in san francisco's north of panhandle neighborhood. the fire was reported about 11:00 last night at the building on mcalister street. crews have the two-alarm blaze under control in less than 20 minutes. the cause is under investigation. >> new details on a possible new terror threat coming to the upcoming olympic games in russia, the threat in the form of a video and the promise of a surprise during the games. peggy bunker has more on the threat and what lawmakers are saying about the safety of the games. >> pretty scary. with the olympics three weeks away it's not what any one wants to hear especially those planning on traveling to russia.
this terrorist threat saying danger awaits any one coming to russia for the games. the two men in the video are reportedly the suicide bombers responsible for last month's bombing in russia. in this video they claim to have a surprise for the tourists and that will be, quote, revenge for all of the muslim blood that is shed every day. these men are believed responsible for this train station bombing and another bombing that claimed the lives of 34 people. despite president putin's promise of 40,000 officers some lawmakers say it's too dangerous to go. >> i would not go. and i don't think i would send my family. >> i'm very concerned that if something does happen what is the evacuation plan and nj response plan that would take place? >> countering this message a bit
of a bright spot as we look that the new video just in of the olympic torch representing the games and the peaceful sportsmanship that they represent, carried through that very town. this happened this morning there. u.s. officials are studying the video, they say they are taking it seriously. this on the heels of a strong travel advisory issued for americans planning on traveling to sochi for the olympics. >> these threats, terror threats, unsettling for the olympic athletes and their families who are going to attend the games. coming up at 6:45 how a southern california family is taking precautions cheering on their son during the bobsledding competition. we'll have that at 6:45. >> 6:03. it is official. seattle sauks take on the denver broncos. the game has a crushing win in
the championship game. bob redell is live at the team headquarters where the players have to clear out the lockers today, bob. >> reporter: yes, they have to clean those out today as opposed to two weeks from today which could have been after the super bowl but unfortunately the 49ers did lose to the saeahawks. about 100 fans here to greet them cheering them on as they went to retrieve their cars so they could drive back to their homes tonight. again they will be back here later this morning for a team meeting, then clearing out the lockers. the 49ers came so close to beating the seahawks with seconds left, colin capper pick passed to crabtree for what looked like a touchdown. but seattle's cornerback richard sherman batted that ball to his
teammate for the game ending intercepti interception. >> making sure everybody knew that crabtree was a mediocre receiver. mediocre. and when you try the best corner in the game with a mediocre receiver that's what happens. game. >> you valleys to see sherman's rant, hollering rant to the sideline reporter. if you haven't seen it we'll show it to you in about 45 minutes. crabtree responded saying films don't lie. pull the tape of that game and show me where this guy is the best. responding to sherman boasting about how great he was on the field. bob redell, "today in the bay." >> he had one good play but it was the play that counted. >> i'm kind of done with sherman. >> yes. the niners were able to contain marshawn lynch. >> all of that changed with one
play. mindy and matt in seattle. >> 49ers and seahawks came in both featuring very good running backs, among the top in the nfl and for the most part, matt, the 49ers defense able to hold lunch in check until he busted through the 40-yard touchdown run, the longest of the 49ers allowed all season long. frank gore, couldn't get him running. >> as much as we talk about colin kaepernick and -- the running attacks, frank gore got shut down by the seattle seahawks. and the 49ers defense did a good job on marshawn lynch except for one play, and in a game like this, that one play was enough. 40-yard touchdown run, advantage goes to lynch. the advantage goes to the seattle seahawks, that's why they are moving on to the spol. >> you dornt want your quarterback to be the leading rusher and frank gore not able
to help in that situation. what was more difficult for this team are the injuries that it incurred that will carry over to next season. we saw left guard go down but could be defensive player of the yeerks up for that, the middle linebacker, bowman. how much will his injury impact the team and how long. >> there is a tough blow for the 49ers in the locker room. not only losing the game but seeing their best player throughout this entire season go down with a torn acl. so this is going to be quite a rehab. all the off season, the goal is to have him ready for the start of the 2014 season. certainly at this point the surgery will be coming up in the next few days. this is something that will be rehabbed throughout, certainly no guarantees at this point. >> very difficult and to a very good season.
matt, thanks. it's been a fun season to work with you. hopefully we'll have better things to report next year. >> thanks a lot. it's not just the niners dealing with the loss. >> caltrain has to pony up after losing a bet. caltrain tweeted red and gold are our colors but i guess we'll be wearing blue and green this week. >> not just the trains. that will be outfitted but caltrain's social media staff, they have to pose wearing seahawks gear. >> i suppose we can put up with that. there may be weather coming along. >> one thing. >> the one thing. >> you put me on the spot. we're going to get some rain, next tuesday. not tomorrow tuesday, the following tuesday. but it will finally start to feel more like the bay area. we're going to get four consecutive days.
73 today, in the south bay, our hour by hour change, it's a holiday. the 10 a.m., the 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. still comfortable. good news if you want to have a barbecue. it is a holiday. remember we still have high fire danger because it's been so dry so make sure that fire is completely out before you walk back inside. at 67 as of 2:00 p.m. and we're good in san francisco. the warmest time of the day between 1 and 2:00. that's going to be a good time to get out there, maybe do some shopping. hey, ladies, lots of sales today. east bay at 71 degrees, later on this afternoon temperatures climb by 2:00 p.m. about 62, if you will be shopping out there. and in the north bay wine country getting spoiled. you're starting without lows right on track but ending up in the 70s. a good looking day ahead. i'm going to take to you the
changes, talk about the rain when you can expect it. when you need to get all of that dust off your up prel. >> and the car too. 6:10. still ahead, president observe says marijuana no more dangerous than alcohol. >> was the massive breach set in motion by a teenager? let's take a live look. looking at the lights over san jose. waiting for the sun. another spring-like day across the bay area. as you heard christina hopefully said, rain coming our way. much-needed rain.
welcome back. maybe you have the day off today? you know what, the weather is going to be really nice. we've got good air quality. you don't want to let the day get past you. there are major changes headed our waxt and yeah, we're still talking about rain in the forecast. we're going to sort that out for you in minutes. >> here are today's top stories. stanford grad and seahawk cornerback richard sherman not backing down from his trofl comments about 49ers wide receiver michael crabtree. during an on field rant sherman called crabtree, quote, sorry receiver. sherman later referred to crabtree several times as mediocre. >> track and field olympian lolo jones has been named to the u.s. olympic bob sled team along with lauren williams. jones is hoping to win her first olympic medal. she failed to make it in 2008 and 2012. >> there are new concerns about
security in sochi, this after a new video surfaces, allegedly showing the two suicide bombers promising a surprise for any one who attends the olympics. this video was believed to have been recorded before the attacks on new years. two men claimed they were suicide bombers behind the attacks. >> new this morning iran state tv says the country is no longer enriching uranium. the report says the inspectors were present when iran stopped its enrichment program as part of a deal struck with world powers. later today inspectors will monitor suspension of another site in central iran. historic deal was reached in geneva on november 24th. >> an american imprisoned in north korea more than a year is calling on the u.s. government to secure his release. during an appearance today ken bae says he wants to return to
his family as soon as possible and he hopes that the u.s. can help. bay apologized. said he had committed acts against the northern korean government. he was arrested while acting as a tour guide, accused of using the business to form anti-government groups. he has been sentenced to 15 years hard labor. >> a new report out says a 17-year-old from russia is to blame for the target security breach that compromised the credit and debit card information of 70 million customers. intel crawler says it traced the breach back to an inexpensive malwear program created by the russian teen. the program may also have been used in the neiman-marcus breach. it does not believe they were linked to the people but that he wrote and sold the malwear script. at least 40 cyber criminals
bought the script from the teen. >> there are questions whether russia helped nsa's leaker edward snowden before he fled the u.s. >> i don't think it's -- it was a gee whiz luck event he ended up in moscow. under the handling of the ssb. >> he may well have. we don't know at this stage. >> edward snowden told me he acted alone. >> and in fact government investigators tell nbc there is no indication russia or any one else helped snowden take secrets from the u.s. russia's president says snowden has been given full asylum he is free to travel where he wants in russia including to the olympics. >> president obama says he doesn't think marijuana is more dangerous than alcohol. the president doesn't argue for legalizing pot but he says in an interview with the new yorker that pot is less dangerous than alcohol in terms of its impact on an individual consumer. the president has acknowledged
using pot when he was young and calls it a bad idea and a vice. he says people who think legalizing the drug will solve social problems are probably overstating the case. >> with the flu now widespread in 40 states indiana is enacting a temporary policy that restricts hospital visitation. only immediate family admitted to hospitals in that state, no visitors with flu-like symptoms will be allowed near the hospitals. 11 people have died in indiana from the flu. in california it's at least 45 people who have died from flu. officials investigating another possible 50 cases. the centers for disease control describing the outbreak as an epidemic. the cdc says fewer than half americans usually get a flu shot but it is not too late to protect yourself. you still can. >> the red cross says the flu season leading to a drop in blood donors. today the organization is joining forces with a
congressman for a blood drive in castro valley. the drive will be held at a hayward castro valley lodge from 9 to 2:00. organizers say the event will be held in recognition of dr. martin luther king jr. day. >> california officials report an increase in whooping cough also known as pertussis, once thought to be eradicated, health officials say 83% of last year's cases were in children 7-16, they think it's because the children got the immunization when they were babies but not the follow-up booster shot that's recommended at about age 11 or 12. this highly contagious disease can be fatal for infants. >> time to check your forecast. 6:18. a live look outside along the peninsula. palo alto this morning. waiting for the sun's arrival. don't have to wait for christina. she is here. >> good morning. >> good morning to you. i do have good news if you have
the day off, want to get out it's nice and we have rain in the forecast so you don't have to feel guilty about our drought. temperatures today are going to be warm, unseasonably mild. we bypassed the coldest point of the year so now our days are getting longer and our temperatures should be creeping up. we still have the rain in the forecast and a major cooldown. but offshore flow and continued warmth is the story of the day. if you want to get out and hit the beach conditions will be nice for you in ocean beach in san francisco. we are talking about the 70s for today. 67 on tuesday, down to 63 for wednesday and 65 degrees by thursday. normal is 61. we'll hold on to this unseasonable warmth. you'll notice on your seven-day forecast into this upcoming weekend temperatures are going to start to level off a touch. then we are talking about major changes. so enjoy the 70s. this is the warmest day of the week. as we head throughout tuesday
and wednesday of next week the storm window opens up. you can see that. we stop the clock on future cast at 11:00 a.m. on tuesday and we're talking about an organized cold front making its way through the bay area without falling apart. on the heels of this system we have two more. we're going to keep the rain chances going all the way through tuesday, thursday, friday, to even saturday of next week. that's the good news. i know it's a few days out. when is it going to rain, we need it. now i can answer that question. back to you for now, scott and laura. >> thank you. very good request news for two dozen pilot whales stranded in shallow waters near naples, florida. they are back in open water this morning. biologists tagged them and pushed them out. >> they are not moving much. seem to be distressed a little bit in their swimming patterns. very not normal for this area.
>> biologists are trying to figure out what caused the group, the pod, to become stranded. >> it is 6:21. still ahead on "today in the bay," tonight show transition. which hollywood a listers will be the first guests when jimmy fallon takes over "the tonight show." and who will be the last guest when jay leno hands over the reins. >> the bay bridge, mike has the day off and likely so do you, it's light sailing. we'll look at all that coming up.
welcome back. a very good monday morning to you. happy dr. martin luther king jr. day. go out and make a difference. taking a live look at the beautiful bay bridge. weight for the sun's arrival as well. some pretty good news for fans of the star wars franchise. the script for the next movie is done and they start shooting in may. >> the director says filming will be done in england but he will not reveal details about the storyline. also no word on who will star which is supposed to take place after return of the jedi. will you discuss films announced in november that episode 7 would be in theaters in december of 2015. now, in the meantime the producers gild of america is giving out its top movie honors. >> for six years every feature
film chosen for that top honor has gone on to win the best picture at the oscars. this year they onner two as the best, "12 years a slave" and gravity. >> frozen for best animated feature and the story of wikileaks for documentary films. >> we know who will join jimmy fallon. >> the first guest will be actor will smith and the rock band u2. how is that for a musical guest. the host not the only thing changing. it's going to move back to new york, its original home. "the tonight show" had been recorded in burbank since '72 when johnny carson moved it west. >> billy crystal will be the final guest when jay leno ends his 22-year run as host of "the tonight show." crystal was leno's first guest in may 1992. garth brooks will also make an
appearance. >> it worked in 1955 so nbc trying it again. our network will air a live version of peter pan next december. hopefully updated dancing than these clips. >> in color. >> living color. the live musical production of the sound of music was such a big hit back in december, nbc trying it again. the cast yet to be determined for next year's show. fun to look at those old clips. >> interesting. let's bring in christina loren this morning. >> also known as captain hook. i am a land lover. maybe you are as well. you can get out to the beach if you wanted to. dip those toes in, then run back out to the warm sand. that water is cold. we're talking 54 in the water, on the warm sand, though, 71 degrees in san francisco. 71 in the east bay, and 73 degrees today in the south bay with rain and a cooldown on the way. finally. winter is on the way to the bay area. we're going to have to wait but
it's coming. back to you for now. >> we sor used to spring. still ahead celebrating dr. martin luther king jr. with a day of service. we'll tell you how the president and first lady are honoring the legacy of dr. martin luther king jr. >> and colin kaepernick taking the blame for the 49ers' crushing loss. what he has to say about himself and the team's performance. >> taking a live look outside a little hazy look out there. city by the bay this morning. san francisco. rain in the forecast, what? that's according to christina. ♪
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year in our quest for six. a live look outside, that's where it's all going to happen, levi stadium. full 49ers coverage. today is monday, january 20th, this is "today in the bay." good morning to you. i'm scott mcgrew. >> i'm laura garcia-cannon. new this morning a home in san jose had to be evacuated when the garage caught fire. people were in the home when the garage caught fire and crews had to evacuate them quickly before even fighting the fire. firefighters were able to knock down the flames before they spread. investigators are still trying to figure out how that fire started. >> today many people have the day off to honor civil rights leader dr. martin luther king jr. some will spend the day volunteering including the first family. tracie potts is live in capitol hill or on capitol hill this morning, to look at how the president and first lady will remember his legacy. good morning.
>> reporter: good morning, scott. and why they are remembering his legacy for 21 years now we celebrated this day for the last 20 it has been designated by congress as a national day of service honoring the reverend dr. martin luther king jr. so while we remember him on this day, the government and community groups are urging people not just to take the day off work or school but to actually get out and do something like we saw president and mrs. obama do last year and millions of others around the country as well. last year and the year before and the year before. the obamas were painting at various schools around the d.c. area so we suspect they may do the same thing today. if you want to find a community event in your area, something you can put your hands on and make a difference. check out mldday.gov. pop in your zip code and they show you community service opportunities in your area. >> with i have an orchard work day and sacred heart as well.
lots of stuff out there. thank you very much. >> for people in the bay area can commemorate the day with a ride on the annual freedom train. the train leaves san jose at 10:00 this morning, runs nonstop to san francisco. organizers have warned that low turnout is threatening to end that 30-year tradition. participation is declined and it's now the only one still in operation. tickets cost $15. >> if you are getting on to work good morning but you notice that the roads are quiet. in fact, we have given mike the day off. christina loren joins us. >> good morning. from this live picture of the bay bridge it's easy to see why we gave mike the day off. typically backups but not today. a lot of people are going to be rising and heading out later on today. the good news is as we head out and about today it's going to be comfortable. maybe you're shopping, trying to
get the kids outdoors. maybe you want to relax inside and not have to pay a hefty pg&e bill. let's take it to the weather wall. right now we have the sun coming up. we're going to have to wait for the official sunrise for 25 more minutes. as we progress throughout the morning you are going to notice a lot of sunshine right off the bat. so make sure you head out throughout day you're applying that sun screen generously. temperatures are pretty chilly, we're in the 30s and 40s. 49 to kick off the day in san francisco. we're at 40 degrees in the south bay. one touch after button and watch this, this is where we're headed. plus 45 degrees in the north bay. 71 in san francisco. and we're looking at 73 degrees in the south bay. on the seven-day forecast we're headed toward a cooldown. still above average. we bring in those rain showers. your city by city forecast
reveals a pufl day, the warmest of the week, 75 for you, along the peninsula, san francisco t low to mid 70s, in the north bay, wine country, still really cold out this and that will be the case until about noon. you're on the way to 73 in santa rosa. looking good in the tri-valley as well. fog returns as of tomorrow. that's what i want to dive into plus more about those showers. i'll show you on the future past. back to you. >> we need it. we forgot what rain looks like. >> 49ers back at team headquarters, unfortunately not to gear up for the super bowl. >> the team quest was cut short. about 100 fans were on hand to greet the 49ers as their buses rolled in just before 11:30 last night. our boys came home. fans were holding signs, waving flags, chanting, yelling thank you even as the players arrived.
>> 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick taking sole responsibility. he says i cost us this game. kaepernick turned the ball over three times in the fourth quarter including a critical interception to seal the victory for the seahawks. he was also responsible for a majority of the team's offense for 130 yards, passing for 150 yards against a tough defense. coach harbaugh says he is proud of the entire team's effort. >> collin and all of our guys. it was a great football player action they got great fight, what more can a coach ask for. they truly believe that they are one drive, one touchdown drive and we move on. that's what our guys believed would happen. came up short. >> you turn the ball over, don't give your team an opportunity to
score. i didn't play good enough to win. i cost us this game. >> you lose it's tough. we all want to win. losing is never easy especially when you're this close. >> we do appreciate the entertaining season they gave. >> blame it on the flat front pants. a winter wild fire. when firefighters say they get a handle on these flames in southern california. >> you're looking at a live picture this morning of san jose and some of the very light traffic out there. it's 6:36.
good monday morning to you. whether you have the day off or you are headed to work as we look at a beautiful sun rise this morning, a reminder your kids probably don't have school this morning. 6:39. >> by wednesday they should have the wild fire burning in los angeles completely surrounded. right now that fire is 80% contained and everyone who had been evacuated were allowed to return home. it started last week when an illegal camp fire got out of control. the three men who set it have been arrested. the fires burned more than 2,000 acres and damaged or destroyed about two dozen homes and
buildings. >> several homes damaged when the ground began to shake in new zealand. 6.3 earthquake in the town of pa palmerston north. there were no reports of injuries, the quake didtrigger rock slides and road closures. there was some damage. this model fell over at the airport. so far no aftershocks. >> a happy homecome forge our 49ers despite a war of words on and off the field. >> i'm the best corner in the game. >> he was a mediocre receiver. mediocre. >> blah, blah, blah. we've got new details about the controversial comments and how they escalated overnight. >> and there is nothing mediocre about what's happening in san francisco right now. that's right. a crimson and gold sun rise to welcome home our 49ers.
[ female announcer ] now get two bonus box tops for your school. well, it's official. the denver broncos will take on the seattle seahawks in this year's super bowl. the game that's pushing the seahawks forward was crushing down to the wire over the 49ers for the nfc championship. bob redell is live at 49ers team headquarters, the players, bob, are going to clean out the lockers later today. >> reporter: yes, unfortunately that clean-out is taking place today, scott, not two weeks from today which would be after the super bowl. the team will be back here later
this morning for a team meeting, and then yes, they will take out their personal items from the lockers here at the training facility in santa clara. here is the team, they arrived back to the bay area last night seen here disembarking from their charter flight after that heart breaking loss to seattle of 23-17. about with 100 fans greeted the players, cheered them on as they retrieved their cars and headed back home for the night. again, they will be back later this morning, team meeting, then clearing out the lockers. the 49ers came so close to beating the seahawks with seconds left colin kaepernick passed to michael crabtree for what looked like was going to be a touchdown but seattle's cornerback stanford grad richard sherman batted that ball to his teammate for the game-ending interception. sherman no means a favorite of the 49ers fans. not because of what he did on the field but because of what he
said after. >> i'm the best corner in the game. when you -- that's the results you going to get. >> reporter: translation, sherman basically boasting about how great he played, later on he called michael crabtree a mediocre receiver. crabtree went to twit to respond typing, films don't lie, pull the tape of that game, show me where this guy is the best. reporting live in santa clara, bob redell, "today in the bay." $thank you. >> for the most part it appears it was a calm night in san francisco. they only made a handful of arrests after the loss. extra officers were called in but the party seemed to fizzle out. so did the crowds once the game was over. >> ed lee issued the statement we would have liked a different outcome but we're grateful for the team's amazing last season at candlestick park this year, that will forever be remembered
for the thrills and excitement on the field from the first game until the last. what do the 49ers need to do moving forward? >> mindy bach is in seattle along side ray raddo with a look where the team goes. >> 49ers reached the nfc championship three straight years under jim harbaugh and reaching the super bowl once. we know they make it to the playoffs, the 49ers have a difficult time finishing those games and finishing the job when they need to. what do you take from that? >> that they are almost but not quite truly elite. they won 41 games in three years which is a difficult task to perform. when the chips are on the table you can't play one half. you are measured in the postseason by what you do against the best teams in football. and three times now in their final game they have not been able to play a complete game.
and frankly, in a world where you are graded very harsh think. you have to come up big. >> where does the team go from here? what will be key to get back to the sfwhol >> i think their defense is fine. it is the elite part of this team. but they have to figure out a way not to rely on it to save them in games after games where they only get two touchdowns. this is a high powered league now. you've got to be able to put points on the board and they don't do that often enough. 23 is not good enough week in and week out. they have to be able to do better than that, they have to get more creative offensively, get colin kaepernick to be more precise as a passer and got to be able to either figure out how to get frank gore so he don't have difficult games or get a running back as good as marshawn lynch is.
>> another difficult loss after a solid 12-4 regular season. ray, thanks for a great season. hopefully next year we'll have other positive things to talk about. i'm mindy bach, nbc bay area. >> thanks so much. just because our football season end it. >> we are less than a month away. yes for major league baseball spring training. pitchers and catchers report on february 14, then the full squad reports february 18. >> the a's, pitchers and catchers on february 14 as well. and position players report on february 19. see, always something to celebrate. >> absolutely. i know you are a big giants fan. >> that's what i'm talking about. can't wait. in case you don't know it you taked the right station if you're a giants fan.
taking a live look at san jose, beautiful start to the day. you'll notice the thick layer of haze. not a spare the air day. we're coming off of two over the weekend. 39 degrees in the east bay, 42, same beautiful sky along the peninsula headed to the 70s. temperatures are going to be a little bit all over the place in the south bay. 73 the downtown temperature, as we head throughout the afternoon though, we're going to see plenty of mid 70s, especially in places down south. so keep that in mind. it's going to be warm, closer to 80 degrees and the same for santa crews. we'll be at 74 in palo alto, a lot of people shopping out there. good looking day to do that. as we head throughout san francisco downtown temperatures at about 71 degrees, but you will notice most of your districts touching on the upper
60s. 69ed the in pacific heights. ocean beach is a story i want to tell. today in the 70s, well above 8, 9 degrees above average. 67 by tuesday. falling closer to the 61-degree average. but still staying above. each as we head to thursday, friday and saturday we have another storm system on the way, temperatures are going to level off. 61 degrees, even the weekend in the mid-60s and then our chance for rain arrives. and we open up the storm window. this is where you want to watch. we stop the clock tuesday at anyone. a first organized front starting to move in. we've got two systems behind this one right an his its tail. we need that train. right now i'm gauging about an inch. weet let you know but right now looking good for much needed
rainfall. back to you, laura and spot. >> thunk. breaking news. police investigating a fire that landed one person in the hospital. it started in a chess just before -- at the intersection of regan and bernice avenues. one person was taken to the hospital. we're not clear sky. >> a quick response to a fire at an apartment building. that fire was reported about 11:00 last night. at the building on the 1700 block of mcalister street. fire crews had the blaze under control in less than 20 minutes. the cause is still under investigation. >> firefighters trying to figure out what caused a fire in the kitchen area of the coffee shop. employees were inside getting ready to open the shop when the
fire broke out. two of them ran to the fire station. the fire station nine is across the street. by the time firefighters arrived block smoke was billowing out. the building you can see is gutted and will cost more than a million dollars in damage. >> a high profile attorney involved in the case of two basketball coaches fired over recent allegations of hazing. according to the "san francisco chronicle," two players on the team were beaten, gagged and duct taped to shoyrs by their own teammates. we couldn't reach the superintendent but he said the incident was extremely unfortunate. now attorney chris dolan says he's considering legal action against the high school district. dolan made headlines recently as the attorney for the family of the teenager at the center of a national depate over medical procedures and brain death.
>> police investigating a council woman with a swastika, tribune reporting that the flyers were posted in her district over the weekend. the word stop shaft and stop d.a.c., it's a reference to the city's plan to gild a system of surveillance cameras. she was surprised she's targets because she expressed concerns. >> new details on a possible new terror threat to the games in russia. the threat in the form of a video and promise of a surprise during the game. peggy bunker has more on the security threat and what lawmakers are saying about safety at the game. >> with the sochi winter olympics three weeks away it's not the news anybody wants to hear about this video especially those planning to travel to sochi. this terrorist threat posted on a website says essentially
danger awaits those coming to rush yaxt the video is getting a lot of attention because the two men are reportedly the suicide bombers responsible for last month es's bombing. they claim to have a surprise for the tourists coming to olympics and that will be also revenge for all of the muslim blood said around the world. that is a quiet. these men are believed responsible for the bombings that took place here, also the other bombing on the city pus. despite president putin's promise of an unprecedented amount of police and security officers some say it's just too dangerous to go. >> i would not go. and i don't think i would send my family. >> i'm very concerned that if something does happen what is the evacuation plan and emergency plan that would take place. >> countering this disturbing
video we see this just in this morning. that of the olympic porch representing the olympic games and the sportsmanship that the games represent. this is being carried through volgragrad. back to the terrorist video, officials say they are studying the video. it comes on the ooel heels of a strong travel advisory issued for american who is plan to travel to sochi for the winter olympics. there we go. terror threat of course unsettling to olympic athletes and their families attending the winter games. jim and eion butner are planning to cheer on their son, 32 corey, the family in southern california finding out yet their son qualified for the games. they are proud and ready to go. they have mixed emotions about
traveling to russia with the latest terror threat. >> i just was told we are not to sit there and be so flashy in the village, usa and stuff. which i understand. so we're going to be cautious. >> the family says they don't plan to do much sight seeing. they will stick close to the olympic venue. >> track and field olympians named to the u.s. bob sled team. this is file video last december. she and fellow lauren williams were chosen for the bob sled team. jones is hoping to win her first olympic medal. she failed to make it to the podium in the 2008 and 2012 summer olympics. >> a bay area cup has quietly paid the bill for san francisco's batkid celebration. john and marsha goldman have
written a $105,000 check to the city. they run a local foundation. goldman says he and his wife supported make a wish and chen he found out they were trying to raise money to pay the city back he and his wife decided to step in. who can forget november 15 of last year san francisco turned into goth ham city to help the patient files scott live out his dream of being a super hero. >> i don't get tired of watching that. they paid the bill and we are explaining it. >> thank you for that. >> i want to check in with christina right now. >> i love those stories. we have a good looking one today. you want to get them out of the house, even if they have suffer or asthma, we're sparing the air. not the case.
42 in mountain view. it's chilly. santa rosa 28. we're all going to see a sunny finish. look at this beautiful sunrise if you are headed out and fwhxt is what you get to drive under for the bay area. 74 along the peninsula. 71 in san francisco. changes around the corner. i'm going to talk about it every 15 minutes throughout the "today" show. i'm with you all the way to 1130 as are the both of you. >> wherever you are listening as well. a final check. scientists are waiting to find out if you're's space track woke up as scheduled after 10 years of hibernation. the proeb is more than 500 million miles away. the goal is to land a craft on a comet later this year. >> our 49ers will be back at team headquarters.
about 100 were on fan as the buses rolled into the -- >> richard sherman not backing down this morning from his controversial conflicts about 49ers michael grab tree. sherman called him a poor receiver. not nice. >> finally this morning, today the nation honors the legacy of dr. martin luther king jr. >> across the country hundreds of thousands of americans will commemorate dr. king's birthday. >> many will spend the day volunteering as well in dr. king's name including the president and mrs. observe. the family will lay a kreeth honoring >> we'll have the freedom train. it could be one of the last because people haven't been
going lately. it's $15 and a great way to pay respect. >> it is. back at 7:25. good morning. sochi surprise, what extremes in russia are threatening for the winter olympic games as one u.s. lawmaker says he wouldn't send his own family to sochi. polar vortex the sequel. temperatures set to nose dive from midwest to florida and up and down the eastern seaboard. how long will it last. pushback, chris christie goes on the attack after new claims he tied sandy relief to a pet political project. and a mayor accusing him meets with federal prosecutors. and all set for super sunday, the match-up for new york's first super bowl. denver broncos and the seattle seahawks. but the hype begins today, monday, nu